[Histonet] Looking for a recruiter to work with me!

joelle weaver joelleweaver <@t> hotmail.com
Wed Jun 20 12:19:11 CDT 2012

Recruiters can be cruel. I have had them laugh at me as well, but not for the same reasons I guess. My opinion is that the markets I have worked in, they are glad to get someone with any background, and certainly you have shown your willingness to do what it takes to re-enter. I think that you should find some opportunities out there. I usually find that the recruiters who were histotechs for awhile and then went into recruiting are better. You have to keep after some of them, some of them are more focused on just getting names to their clients and don't concern themselves with making sure you it is a good fit for you or the organization. I learn about positions through others a lot too. Try posting your profile targeting your geographic area of interest. 

Joelle Weaver MAOM, HTL (ASCP) QIHC
 > Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2012 09:15:06 -0700
> From: araniqkslvr <@t> yahoo.com
> To: histonet <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu
> Subject: [Histonet] Looking for a recruiter to work with me!
> Hello,
> I am looking for a recruiter to work with me in getting back into the field of histology. I have been out a long time but I know I can re-learn. I have an A.A. in histotechnology and I am HT certified.
> I need a recruiter that won't laugh at me (it happened in the past) and that will answer my emails. I am in Raleigh, North Carolina. I had one person totally interested but when he realized I was not a new graduate he wanted to get off the phone as fast as possible.
> I am willing to work at this, take a class or whatever, buy new textbooks and refresh my knowledge. There is no school nearby for me to re-take a clinical, or I would do it.
> Thanks,
> Paula
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